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Old 02-15-2012, 04:10 PM
 
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Why would they cool it for awhile....the vast majority go unpunished, and those that work their way through the system either get off completely, or a slap on the wrist, and they almost always do whatever they can to keep their pension. The message from the top is "Do what you want, because we'll cover for you. And if we can't the worst that happens is a slap on the wrist."

It's been a free for all at the NYPD for decades...and it isn't changing anytime soon.
Read this!

This guys name is really.....wait.... Anthony.....Bologna... BOLOGNA?

Does it get any easier than that? Aside from that get ready to pay out tax-payer. These two woman are suing and they will probably get somewhere in the low six figures each for their suits.

Thank you NYPD. Officer salami, how are you going to help waste our tax dollars? Nightstick to the back of someones head?

Bologna... WOW!
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Old 02-16-2012, 12:27 PM
 
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No surprise here....he can do whatever he wants. What was the result for attacking these women? Docked 10 days vacation! WOW! You know what happens to everyone else in the world who peppers sprays a woman at work? YOU GET FIRED. Not here though....you have the free pass to do what you want! Hooray!

And let that be a lesson to all you NYPD....you attack civilians at will, AND get caught, you will lose 2 weeks vacation! Ridiculous.
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Old 02-16-2012, 03:58 PM
 
Location: Newark, NJ/BK
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No surprise here....he can do whatever he wants. What was the result for attacking these women? Docked 10 days vacation! WOW! You know what happens to everyone else in the world who peppers sprays a woman at work? YOU GET FIRED. Not here though....you have the free pass to do what you want! Hooray!

And let that be a lesson to all you NYPD....you attack civilians at will, AND get caught, you will lose 2 weeks vacation! Ridiculous.
LOL it really is sad though. You'd think with technology exposing the crimes some cops commit, there would be less of these kind of events. But as it's been proven time and time again, nothing can stop the NYPD from lording their authority over you because between citizens and the NYPD, the latter is seen as more valuable to protect. Which is odd since the roots of the police department is to protect the citizens.
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Old 02-16-2012, 05:14 PM
 
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Their goal is to solely to protect themselves at all costs, to criminalize as many people as possible, and to exploit the system to the fullest (financially and otherwise). Until there is a true change in leadership which changes the culture of the department, it has been, and always will be, this way. All the cameras in the world, all the pictures in the world, all the eyewitnesses in the world, will not change the thuggish behavior, violent oppresion of the citizenry, and blatant disregard for authority and laws by the NYPD. They are not held accountable even in the very rare cases they are caught...imagine all the things they are doing we don't see and are covered up.

Truly chilling. My advice is to always stay clear of police in every capacity. They are not your friends, don't rent apts to them, don't let them into your home without a warrant, don't speak a word without an attorney present. It sucks to have to be that way, but it's the only way to protect yourself.
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Old 02-16-2012, 06:52 PM
 
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It sucks to have to be that way, but it's the only way to protect yourself.
True indeed. It doesnt matter if those people who are cops are that. They would probably be thieving mc donalds managers, crooked car dealers whatever you can think of in that nature.

The NYPD attracts a certain POS to apply. Most kind hearted, do whats RIGHT virtuous people wouldnt even take that job if it was a matter of being homeless.

Alot of people who join the NYPD dont do it for the money. Most people already know the whole cliche of reasons they want to become cops.

Heres a real good one.

Cops become cops for a little power and little respect. But come to find out that when they become cops NOBODY respects them, what other choice do they have? POWER TIME/POWER TRIP/MEGALOMANIA. Put that one in your dictionary.

The worst thing you can do to a cop is disrespect one. You will be arrested, IT IS GUARENTEED. Theyll just make up a charge but disrespect is the ultimate violation of a cops law..... the ego of a cop.
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Old 02-17-2012, 01:09 PM
 
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Pretty much it...if you have the "nerve" to question them, or not yield to their every whim/question and submit to their total all powerful authority, you get arrested on a made up charge. And they can do that because nothing happens to them...ever. And the subjugation of the citizenry of NYC continues..
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Old 02-17-2012, 04:03 PM
 
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Pretty much it...if you have the "nerve" to question them, or not yield to their every whim/question and submit to their total all powerful authority, you get arrested on a made up charge. And they can do that because nothing happens to them...ever. And the subjugation of the citizenry of NYC continues..
A dishonest NYPD cop was arrested yesterday after he issued a bogus summons to an undercover detective for allegedly drinking on an East Harlem street, authorities said.
Officer Daniel King, 48, confronted the detective at East 108th Street and Madison Avenue at about 11 p.m. last Aug. 6, court records state.
King wrote out a summons to the undercover even though the detective was not drinking, the documents show.
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Read more: NYPD Daily Blotter - NYPOST.com

Courtesy
Respect
Professionalism

All things missing from the NYPD. WHen you see that on the side of their cars you fail to realize that those are all things they lack in.
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Old 02-17-2012, 04:28 PM
 
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Once inawhile they get caught..unfortunately, nothing will happen to this cop, he will lose 2 days vacation and be back on the street to get right back into this, and other illegal activities.
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Old 02-21-2012, 06:20 PM
 
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A boozed-up off-duty NYPD SERGEANT rammed his vehicle into a parked car in Melrose, police sources said.
Kwando Karikari-Awere, 38, crashed on East 150 Street near Morris Avenue at 8:39 p.m. Sunday, cops said.
Responding officers arrested him after he refused to submit to a Breathalyzer test, the sources said.
The department said he was immediately suspended from duty.
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C
P
R
.......sure, everything they dont have.
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Old 02-22-2012, 04:30 AM
 
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